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Wow.. its a real sucker of the juice pack. I was toying with it for 5 mins after installing and it has consumed 22% of my juice in those 5 mins. Anybody else getting this?

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Wow.. its a real sucker of the juice pack. I was toying with it for 5 mins after installing and it has consumed 22% of my juice in those 5 mins. Anybody else getting this?

I am using a not 2 BTW
I didn't but I did also go in and greenify and turned off some things in appsops

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Camera Stock Camera vs Lenovo SnapIt

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Search the forums the Dev has a free version for xda members till you can pay to donate for bbs just a thought

For those using this suggestion on which one to use and are you having it installed along with the stock or did you delete/uninstall the stock one

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Please see attached images from my Huawei 5Mp camera (resized for upload to XDA) ... firstly stock Camera app v2.0.002, then secondly Lenovo SnapIt v3.5.6. Both images are 2592x1944px but original stock Camera photo is 850Kb whereas original SnapIt photo is 2.18Mb. For all the difference I can (not) see, I think I'll just stick with the stock Camera app (its a lot less confusing
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Look at the center building and you can see the different. Snapit Look better.
 
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They look the same to me too.

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Second Pic is much better and sharper, you must need glasses... lol
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Second Pic is much better and sharper, you must need glasses... lol
I wear glasses, and have been taking pics for 30+ years, and I can safely say that the difference is there, but minimally.

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Seems that the compression is less in the Lenovo app. The difference is there.

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Wow.. its a real sucker of the juice pack. I was toying with it for 5 mins after installing and it has consumed 22% of my juice in those 5 mins. Anybody else getting this?

I am using a not 2 BTW
I had the same issue after installation, it was using 30% of battery, more than the screen. Uninstalled it, but i loved the gallery :/
 
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I had the same issue after installation, it was using 30% of battery, more than the screen. Uninstalled it, but i loved the gallery :/
im not getting the battery drain but when i click on the magic wand and select a filter the screen is moving in slow motion very choppy laggy hard to describe its not a fluid movement when moving phone any one else get this

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